NFL draft trade tracker
Below is a breakdown of this year's draft weekend trades.
Denver Broncos: Acquire picks No. 225 and 232 in 2010
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Acquire a fifth-round pick in 2011
Philadelphia Eagles: Acquire pick No. 220 in 2010
Detroit Lions: Acquire a sixth-round pick in 2011
New England Patriots: Acquire pick No. 208 in 2010
Washington Redskins: Acquire picks No. 229 and 231 in 2010
Miami Dolphins: Acquire pick No. 163 in 2010
Washington Redskins: Acquire picks No. 174 and 219 in 2010
Washington Redskins: Acquire a fourth-round pick in 2012
Analysis: Talks between the Redskins and Raiders heated up Saturday morning and Campbell's new contract was agreed upon by about noon ET. He'll make $3.1 million in 2010 and $4.5 million in 2011. And Davis has left the door open to Campbell playing his way into more money in 2011.
New Orleans Saints: Acquire pick No. 158 in 2010
Jacksonville Jaguars: Acquire a fourth-round pick in 2011
Arizona Cardinals: Acquire pick No. 155 in 2010
San Diego Chargers: Acquire pick No. 146 in 2010
Philadelphia Eagles: Acquire pick No. 159 in 2010 and a fifth-round pick in 2011
Analysis: An injury sidelined Washington last season. His addition in Seattle gives the Seahawks another candidate for playing time at the position. Seattle acquired LenDale White from the Titans earlier in the day.
Analysis: The Titans selected CB Alterraun Verner. The trade fills a hole for the Seahawks, who needed a running back, and reunites White with Pete Carroll, his coach at USC. The Seahawks selected CB Walter Thurmond.
Analysis: Armanti Edwards, chosen by Carolina at No. 89, offers burst, acceleration and short-area playmaking ability. Look for him to show up in any Wildcat packages, as well.
Analysis: The Chargers added much-needed size and power to the middle of their defense by selecting LB Donald Butler. Stephen Cooper and Brandon Siler are still solid starters, but Butler is a better fit for the Chargers' defense. The 49ers selected LB Navorro Bowman at No. 91. Bowman, who will likely be a special-teams player in 2010, will have a chance to learn behind Patrick Willis and Takeo Spikes.
Analysis: The Packers moved up to select Georgia Tech safety Morgan Burnett, giving themselves some flexibility in the secondary. Burnett will play behind Nick Collins and Atari Bigby, but he gives the team the opportunity to part with Bigby, if needed. The Eagles selected DE Daniel Te'o-Nesheim at No. 86.
Analysis: The Browns managed to upgrade their RB corps by moving up to select RB Montario Hardesty, whose greatest asset is his speed. Hardesty should have a chance to start right away.
Analysis: Still searching for a consistent running back to complement their high-powered passing game, the Texans selected Auburn's Ben Tate. Tate should greatly upgrade the team's short-yardage work, which has been disappointing. The Patriots took LB Brandon Spikes at No. 62.
Analysis: The Cowboys added valuable depth to their LB corps by selecting Sean Lee, who lacks ideal size but has great instincts. Lee will likely supplant Bobby Carpenter as Dallas' third inside linebacker.
Analysis: The Cardinals moved up to select TCU linebacker Daryl Washington. By doing so, the Cardinals have filled their top two needs -- nose tackle, inside linebacker -- with their first two picks.
Analysis: The Patriots selected TE Rob Gronkowski, who will help the team offset the offseason loss of Benjamin Watson. Gronkowski is a big target (6-foot-6), but durability is a concern; he missed the entire 2009 season with a back injury. The Raiders took DT Lamarr Houston, filling a major need. Gerard Warren is gone and the team had no proven backups to replace him.
Analysis: The Eagles moved up from 24 to get Brandon Graham, who will help bolster their pass rush. He's also a tough defender against the run.
Analysis: With Dez Bryant still on the board at No. 24, Jerry Jones moved up three spots to grab the wide receiver, who will give the Cowboys another playmaker to pair with Miles Austin. With the No. 27 pick, the Patriots took CB Devin McCourty, a tough and versatile player who also will help on special teams.
Analysis: The Broncos pulled off the surprise of the draft, packaging three picks to jump back into the first round and take quarterback Tim Tebow. Broncos coach Josh McDaniels worked wonders developing Matt Cassel in New England; now he'll try to do the same with Tebow in Denver.
Analysis: The Lions packaged their high second-round pick to move back into the first round to get RB Jahvid Best, who gives Detroit a home run threat.
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